Castaway Creek is one of the attractions at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, which is part of the Walt Disney World Resort and can be found via Typhoon Lagoon Access Road in Orlando, Florida. In fact this is a lazy river that encircles the Typhoon Lagoon and is a 2,100 foot journey. The park is open seven days of the week for 10 months of the year and guests should check the hours of opening prior to their visit.
Guests of all ages can enjoy the inner tube ride on the lazy river, which takes about 20 to 35 minutes to complete, depending on which of the five locations the riders choose to enter and exit the river. The gentle ride takes visitors through mists and grottoes, rainforests and waterfalls. Fully qualified lifeguards are on duty throughout the day at this and other attractions at the water parks.
Castaway Creek is wheelchair accessible and inner tubes are included as part of the admission fee. Typhoon Lagoon features many other attractions such as side-by-side body slides and huge family waterslides. There is also a watery play area for tots, a sandy white beach, an area for visitors to snorkel with sharks and other species of fish and a surf pool amongst many other things.